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Ensayo comparativo del valor alimenticio de dos variedades de maíz. II. La planta entera ensilada. Influencia del estado de recolección y de la densidad de plantas

AutorAlibes, Xavier
Fecha de publicación1976
EditorCSIC - Estación Experimental de Aula Dei (EEAD)
CitaciónAn. Estac. Exp. Aula Dei 13 (3/4): 435-450 (1976)
Resumen[EN] The differences in feeding value among a series of 8 silages of whole conrn plant prepared with urea and mineral salts are studied in digestibility trials with wethers. The silages are: 2 cultivars ("AD-85" and "Hybrid White"), 2 plants densities (67.000 and 90.000 plants/ha), and 2 maturity stages (early milk and dought dent for ("Hy. W.", and dought dent for "Hy. W.", and dought dent and glace for "AD-85"). The digestibility of the organic matter in the silages was 72,1 for "AD-85" and 76,6 for "Hy. W.", what means a lower value of 0,10 FU/Kg DM. The ingestibility of the two silages was equivalent (50,1 and 52,6 g DM/Kg p 0,75) and the yields expressed as FU/ha were 29,8% higher for "AD-85". The response to an increase of the plant density (25.000 plants/ha) was positive for both cultivars, attaining a yield increase in FU/ha of 12,4% doe "AD-85" and 17,4% for "Hy. W.). An ingestibility decrease of 15% was observed between the two maturity stages and also an irregular response, but generally negative, in the yields. Both changes are due to mechanical losses in the later stage.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/21880
ISSN0365-1800
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